Kevin Z. Komar
Kevin Komar has practiced personal injury law since 2000. He is dedicated to advocating for the rights of the injured and attaining the services and compensation they are entitled to. With an extensive understanding of the Michigan auto no-fault system, Kevin passionately pursues claims for individuals experiencing no-fault and PIP benefit payment issues. In his 20 years of injury practice, Kevin has also handled construction accident claims, medical malpractice suits, wrongful death actions, and premises liability claims.
Prior to joining Sinas Dramis Law Firm, Kevin was a litigator in metro Detroit and obtained many substantial verdicts and settlements for his clients against some of the largest law firms in the country and even the U.S. Government. Some of his more noteworthy personal injury awards include a $2.3 million settlement and a $1.18 million verdict. However, his most satisfying verdict was a small one he obtained against an insurance company for a client who was homeless.
“If you can help someone, even just a little bit, then all the effort is worth it,” Kevin says.
In 2017, Kevin brought that experience and recognition with him to Sinas Dramis Law Firm as a welcome addition to the firm’s Michigan personal injury team. Since then, his success in the courtroom as well as negotiating outside court has only continued to grow.
Aside from exceptional results, Kevin brings something truly unique to his practice. With a confident yet relaxed approach, he encourages trust and comradery to build a valuable partnership between himself, his staff, and his clients. This element alone sets him apart in the field of personal injury work. Kevin is usually the first lawyer in the office every day and is not intimidated by any task. This work ethic, combined with his ability to technically analyze the facts of a case from beginning to end, allows him to recognize the important legal issues facing a client. Kevin works continuously to make sure clients understand the legal system because he knows no client’s case is identical to another.